User Stories in more detail

Several people at the conference last week asked me for more information about how to write user stories.  I could write a long blog with lots of examples and explanation, but someone has already done that. Check out Scott Ambler’s post here.

While Scott recommends capturing stories on cards, I like to capture them initially in a spreadsheet because it makes it easier to organize and prioritize.  Once the project starts I print out the cards – instructions are in one of my earlier blogs.

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Steve Rogalsky - An agilist and team member at Protegra with a passion for agile and lean principles and practices. Green bar addict, agile player/coach, teacher, dad, husband. Email: steve.rogalsky at protegra dot com


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